According to the results of recent assembly polls, the stock of BJP has been tracked down in Telangana; in Andhra Pradesh, it is frowned upon for denying special category status.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is confronting a genuine emergency in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. A couple of months from general races, the odds of holding or winning new seats are thin for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s gathering. That is the terrible news for the gathering; the uplifting news for the BJP is that both the Congress and the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) probably won’t have it simple in both of the states.
In 2014, the BJP won three of the consolidated 42 Lok Sabha situates in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana subsequent to holding hands with partner turned-harsh opponent TDP. In spite of the fact that the BJP won a great 282 seats crosswise over India, its execution in the recently bifurcated states was not the best contrast with past terms.
BJP’s Lost Opportunity
In the last four-and-a-half years this was relied upon to change, particularly with the RSS top choices and best BJP strategists Ram Madhav and Muralidhar Rao (who hail from these states) reinforcing the gathering. That did not occur. Despite what might be expected, in the as of late held state decisions in Telangana, the BJP’s portrayal boiled down to only one from five MLA’s in 2014. In Andhra Pradesh too they appear to be stuck in an unfortunate situation, as the gathering is confronting the warmth for neglecting to concede the express a unique class status.
Be that as it may, not all is lost for the saffron party.
In these two expresses, the BJP isn’t hoping to win countless, yet it will work to guarantee that its fundamental adversaries lose a lot. As such, the BJP might want to pull down with it the Congress in Telangana and the TDP in Andhra Pradesh. An awful show for the Congress and the TDP in these two states will debilitate the Mahagathbandhan (stupendous union).
On Sunday, Modi took an interest in BJP’s Praja Chaitanya Sabha in Guntur close Amaravathi, Andhra Pradesh’s capital. Being previous partners it was less demanding for Modi to blame Naidu for hoarding riches from the advancement subsidizes endorsed by the Center for the state. Modi likewise said that Naidu went separate ways with the BJP in light of the fact that he didn’t care for being considered responsible. The second 50% of Modi’s discourse on Sunday gives an unmistakable insight that in the near future Naidu and his nearby partners will be over and over assaulted on defilement allegations.
In Telangana, both the BJP and K Chandrashekar Rao’s Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has a shared adversary in the Congress. The TRS would need to keep the Congress, which is the primary resistance in Telangana, under control — this suits the BJP as long as the Congress does not win an impressive number of Lok Sabha seats from the state.
The Ground Realities
In Andhra Pradesh, both the state and general races will occur at the same time. During the time spent endeavoring to support his picture and assume a key job in Delhi, Naidu is using all his vitality, assets and time on battling the BJP, which is an irrelevant player in state legislative issues. Then, the primary restriction party, the YSR Congress, is making progress in Andhra Pradesh. YSRC pioneer YS Jagan Reddy’s one-year-long padayatra and the expanding hostile to incumbency has made him the leader for the CM’s post — a marker reflected in different studies by various offices.
Performing artist Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena is still to make any check despite the fact that the star has been holding arouses and gatherings for quite a while.
Despite the fact that the Congress has said that it will challenge without anyone else, it assuredly has a mystery understanding with the TDP in a few seats to profit the excellent union. Along these lines, Andhra Pradesh is probably going to observe a multi-cornered challenge with the TDP, the YSRCP, the BJP, the Congress and the Jana Sena in the quarrel with no open tie-ups for the 175 gathering and 25 Lok Sabha seats.
In Telangana, the TRS is overflowing with certainty in light of its ongoing success in the state decisions. It would seem that its triumph run will proceed even in the general races as it is ready to win a dominant part of 17 seats. The Congress, the TDP and the BJP should contend truly energetically for what small amount chance they have for winning the rest of the seats.
In the not so distant future, it will be clear which party joins which collusion: the counter BJP Mahagathbandhan or the counter BJP, against Congress government front. While Naidu is endeavoring to be the designer for the great collusion, Rao has been voicing support for the government front. Supporting Rao is Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM. The YSRCP has additionally been welcome to join the government front, yet Jagan is yet to submit.
Until further notice, it is sheltered to expect that each ideological group is individually in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.